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Fla redistricting push draws concern from D.C.

Rep. Dean Cannon this morning sent to members of the House Select Policy Council on Strategic & Economic Planning a copy of the letter he recently received from Congresswoman Corrine Brown and Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart, who have many of the same redistricting concerns voiced earlier this month by Sen. Mike Haridopolos.

Cannon writes that he plans to use the letter from D.C. "as a framework for our next meeting on the subject of reapportionment.  I have directed our legal counsel and House staff to attempt to formulate answers to the questions in this letter and to report back to us during the December committee week." The Senate also will dig deeper into proposed ballot initiatives dealing with reapportionment during that week in December.

Here's the letter: Download Letter from Congresswoman Brown and Congressman Diaz-Balart


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New research says FL Dems are underrepresented in Legislature because they tend to live in high-density areas.


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